Author: Katherine Abraham

Katherine is an Educator who has authored 4 novels including Every Sunset Has a Story(2019). She is a Law graduate. She is currently pursuing Journalism from the British College of Journalism. @Katie_Abraham

Stepping up the Conscience Credo at School

Stepping up the Conscience Credo at School

In the wake of the recent terror attack in Pulwama, India saw an unjustified agitation in various parts of the country where various politically motivated activists took to the streets and forced out young Kashmiri students out of their rented homes after threatening their landlords. One story from ‘The Wire’[Read More…]

India and the case for juvenile delinquency

India and the case for juvenile delinquency

“An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to children alleged and found to be in conflict with law and children in need of care and protection by catering to their basic needs through proper care, protection, development, treatment, social re-integration, by adopting a child-friendly approach in the adjudication[Read More…]

Humanity is attached dead

Humanity is dead

As I sit by the window of my office, perched on the fourth floor of one of Pune’s busiest commercial areas,  I observe a little girl  around 9 years old in her school uniform, with a packet of chips, run along the newly constructed footpath and as I smile at[Read More…]

Parent Flogging?

If you are a young boy or girl reading this you just mentally visualised this scene and if you are a parent your just about scandalised with the title. I’ve been taught from my earliest years by my parents and subsequently been scolded and given the occasional  tap on the[Read More…]

My Seditious taste for Indo-Pak peace

Over the past few days, Indian actress Ramya has been under fire for speaking in favour of our neighbours. So atrocious were her words that there is a case of “Sedition” filed against her. Her crime: To speak a truth that is unwanted in the Indian diaspora currently. I am[Read More…]

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